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Issue: 2009-11-19

I’m a 20-year man

Last month marked a very important event in my life: I’ve been a Yukoner for 20 years.Of course, we all understand that I didn’t become a Sourdough until eight months later, when I saw the Yukon River break up.As a...

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‘Moving the Coat Rack’

We heard a story a while back about an artist who had a sculpture exhibit going on at a gallery. Near the entry door to the gallery, the artist placed a coat rack.During the opening, people would come into the gallery, hang...

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The Icing on the Season

BY DAN DAVIDSONThere are signs of seasons changingthat we all can recognize:falling leaves and boarded windows,filled with plywood cut to size.??Hotels close and shops cut hoursand the RV parks shut down,and the last canoing...

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Fly Fishing on Skis

“Skis?” you say.I say, “Yup, that was me out there in a snowmobile suit, a fly rod and a set of cross-country skis, need I mention on some very thin ice on Fox Lake.”You see, some of us can hardly wait...

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Stellar Views, Quick and Easy

This time of year I am frequently asked the same question: “What is the best gift for someone who wants to get into astronomy and wants to see more than what binoculars can offer?”A box store special telescope is a...

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News from the Barnyard

With winter finally here, the farming workload seems to lighten. Winter is a time of rest and contemplation. It is also a time to recuperate from the busy summer season.Normally we just have laying hens in the barn, over the...

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